When You Were Young, You Could Find Everything You Wanted: Music’s Golden Age of Digital Art
New York magazine has a new issue on digital art, with a special section devoted to “The Golden Age Of Digital Art.”
The title refers to a period of the twentieth century that saw digital artists push boundaries, but also saw an artform that was becoming more and more specialized.
Artists like Peter Bogdanovich and the aforementioned Andy Warhol were creating more and better pieces of artwork that featured characters in different poses.
Digital artists began experimenting with different tools for creating art, and artists such as Peter and Andy were innovating and reinventing themselves.
These changes had an effect on the way artists would approach their work.
Artists began to incorporate digital tools in their work, but many of these tools came with a cost.
Artists began to use digital tools to express themselves in ways that weren’t always the easiest to express in physical mediums.
Digital art was always more complicated, and the artistry of the artists who worked with digital technology was not always easy to grasp.
But as digital artists became more specialized, more and to the point, more sophisticated, the value of their work went up.
The Art of Digital: From the ’60s through the ’90s is a great guide to what it was like to be an art artist in the digital age.
It’s full of great stories, as well as a lot of fascinating pictures.